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Using touch technology to create music

DJ Robbie Wilde lives in a world of bass, beats and melody — and yet he can’t hear. But thanks to HP technology powered by Windows 8 and software like Emulator, a multi-touch midi controller for professional DJs, he is able to create the music he loves. Now there's nothing standing in the way of his creativity. Robbie can do everything from sharing concert events to downloading music to creating his next big hit.

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PVA National Veterans Wheelchair Games

HP proudly serves as a Platinum Host Sponsor of the National Veterans Wheelchair Games. This multi-event sports and rehabilitation program is open to all U.S. military Veterans who use wheelchairs for sports competition as a result of spinal cord injury, certain neurological conditions, amputations or other mobility impairments. ..

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HP receives Helen Keller Achievement Award from American Foundation for the Blind

HP was awarded the prestigious Helen Keller Achievement Award for Technology from the American Foundation for the Blind on Monday 7 June 2010.

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People with disabilities

There are more than 500 million people with disabilities worldwide. There are approximately 54 million people with disabilities in the United States, and about 37 million people with disabilities in Europe. The American Council of Life Insurers predicts that nearly one in three Americans will experience a disability between the ages of 35 and 65.

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HP employees and retirees volunteerd 744,000+ hours in communities worldwide in 2011.

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